Slow down the cycle of water flow in the oceans

7 August 2018

The Atlantic Ocean's stream of water, which is part of a massive water cycle in the oceans of the earth, is slower than before, according to the study. This massive water revolution, which lasts for decades, will affect the temperature of the earth in the coming decades.

The velocities of the waves and the currents of water indicate the amount of heat transmitted to the depths of the ocean, and the faster cycle causes more heat transfer to the depths of the ocean. Therefore, by slowing down the flow of water, less heat is transported to the depths of the ocean, and the surface temperature of the earth increases more rapidly.